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Nasir ad-Din al-Qasri Muhammad ibn Ahmad

Nasir ad-Din al-Qasri Muhammad ibn Ahmad, also Nasir al-Qasiri, was the young son of the Sultan of Fez, Sultan Ahmad.

In 1545, Sultan Ahmad was taken prisoner by his southern rivals the sharifian Sadiyans.[1] His successor, Ali Abu Hassun, regent for Nasir al-Qasiri, decided to pledge allegiance to the Ottomans in order to obtain their support.[1]

He ruled with a regent from 1545 to 1547 during the imprisonment of his father by the Sadiyans.

Preceded by
Abu al-Abbas Ahmad ibn Muhammad
Wattasid dynasty
1545–1547
Succeeded by
Abu al-Abbas Ahmad ibn Muhammad

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  1. ^ a b ff by Jamil M. Abun-Nasr p. 155A history of the Maghrib in the Islamic period
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